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happening right now, charge against a man lease say doused a woman in a gasoline inside a bucks county hotel room. >> i'm iain page. >> i'm lucy nolan. that 46-year-old philadelphia man is talking. a judge in bucks county arraigned kevin small this afternoon. fire tore through bensalem hotel. victim his girlfriend, 46-year-old melissa bacon smith of philadelphia and today, outside the courtroom, small had a few words to say. >> reporter: what happened at the hotel? >> i lost it. >> step back. >> what happened? what did you do. >> what did you do.
>> this morning, fox 29 dave kinchen talked to hotel guest that is scrambled to get out of the burning building. >> when i came downstairs, all i seen was fire, smoke coming out. >> reporter: it was not the wake-up call they were expecting when fire ripped through the hotel sunday morning, damaging much of first floor, killing one person. >> i took my clothes, pants, everything, ran outside, i was barefoot. put my sneakers on and came outside. i was waiting for him. he didn't come up ten minutes later. >> her boyfriend tried to help the victim who per issued. >> the whole doorway was full of smoke. try to walk in couldn't walk in at all. the room was too smoky. that's when the fire trucks came and told me to get out. i walked out. >> reporter: police say three people had to be rescued and treated for smoke inhalation,
but are not considered life-threatening. investigators called it arson and witnesses tell us it looked like someone did it on purpose. >> they just burned everything and left everybody to die. i was like my god, that could have been us. >> that was dave kinchen reporting. small is being held in a bucks county jail without bail. his preliminary hearing is set for may 25th. today has most definitely been a window day, nice when you looked outside but cold front has challenging some records and not the good time and that's not all. most will be waking up to temperatures, brace yourself, in 30's. >> i can't even -- meteorologist co is here now, tell us what's it feel like may again? >> by the end of next week it will feel like may. temperatures well below normal obviously for this time of year. and the cold pool of air that's sitting over us combined with the week disturbance in the atmosphere is creating pop-up
showers. friend in north jersey texted me said heavy rain, that's what it is, downpours, we're seeing in montgomery county the southern part of lehigh county and berks, upper hand over marlboro seeing some pockets of moderate rain, this will be pretty much dying down when we lose those stronger wind a little bit later on toward the evening hour. 38 in the poconos. do you believe this? this is colder than some winter temperatures. 49 in allentown. 57 in philadelphia. 56 degrees in wrightstown. winds sustained philadelphia out of the west at 28 miles an hour. sustained in millville out out of the northwest at 23. winds gusting to 30, 35 this afternoon. we have a freeze watch in effect for tomorrow morning for the poconos, a frost advisory for berks county and the lehigh valley for temperatures that will be in the mid 30's through allentown upper milford, also through district, and heading over to the west toward is easton and bethlehem. if you planted anything bring
them indoors or cover them up. tomorrow waking up to 30's through the a good part of the region. even the philadelphia area interior south jersey into the north and west. we're talking about challenging record cold. these are the numbers to beat in the morning. in philadelphia, we will be close, so we could be seeing some records across the delaware valley. not warm, but cold. coming up we'll talk about more wind, showers return and when in that seven-day it will be turning warmer. see you later in the broadcast. >> i like your winter dress by the way. >> find out when it's going to warm up. download our fox 29 ap, you have our 7-day forecast, and radar at the tip of your fingers, i opportunity or google play. a man shot a man in hunting park on the 4,000 block of north franklin. they found a 26-year-old man with a gunshot wounds to his back. he was taken to temple hospital in stable condition. if you know anything about this shooting, please give police a
call. also in hunting park a woman fighting for her life after somebody shot her six times. it happened before 12:30 on the 3800 block of north 13th street. police say when they got there they found more than 30 shell casings. the woman is now at temple hospital in critical condition. two men also have gunshot wounds. they're both stable. police have not recovered a gun and do in the have a suspect as of yet. it was supposed to be joyous but prom night turned deadly. two girls gone too soon. fatal car accident happen route 49. >> those who knew the girls are gathering to remember them. let's get out to brad. the memorial for the girls has been growing. >> reporter: it has been over the course of the last two days. did it's been very difficult for this community. we reached out to some of the girl's family and friends understandably not ready to speak on camera about their feelings. this community coming together. i'll get out of the way and show
you that folks through the course of the last two days have just been coming by here. this is a small bend on route 49 in morris river township showing their respects when that car hit the tree, that's become the memorial. if we pan to the left, we'll see a bench put there a few minutes ago so folks could sit down a few minutes. we want to show you pictures we got a short time ago of one girl and then a group of girls all of them about 17 years old from neighboring millville high school not far. they didn't know the victims but tell me they thought it was important to at least stop by with some balloons and to show their respects. we seen a lot of that. let's run how to what exactly happened earliest morning, taking you to pictures from yesterday. four girls were in the car when it lost control and slammed into a tree. around 3:45 in the morning, attending prom earlier. friday it wrapped up about 10:00 and then they all drove to ocean
city to meet up with friend who attended millville senior high. their prom was in ocean city. it was on their way home when they lost control and crashed. the victims identified as 17-year-old gasha the driver and 15-year-old both killed a 16 and 17-year-old both injured in the hospital. the girls went to bridgeton high school. the superintendent says crisis teams will be ready in the morning. >> they're going to deploy their crisis teams. each team will have -- be composed of about four members, they will be on site first thing monday at 7:30 to provide assistance to our students and our teachers. people generally forget about the teachers during this time. but they're just as upset as our students are at this time. it's very devastating for them as well. >> reporter: devastating for another reason. another student a couple weeks ago was killed in a car crash. a lot of students were at the
funeral yesterday when they learned of this latest incident. police, the new jersey state police, continuing to investigate a cause. they tell me that will probably be a few more days before they have some more answers, guys. >> brad, thank you. a delaware man isn't jail tonight charged with his seventh dui after a crash friday. wilmington police say richard chamber land rear-ended another car and pushed it into traffic where it was hit head-on. two people had to be taken to the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. chamberland is charged with his seventh dui along with vehicular assault and reckless driving. lawyers for bill cosby are asking for another chance to get his case thrown out. they're in front of a state supreme court arguing that current district attorney cannot go back on the word of his predecessor who promised cosby would never face charges in this case. cosby lawyers say he relied ouch pledge when he testified in a related lawsuit. a preliminary hearing is scheduled for may 24th unless the supreme court tosses out the case.
testimony is expected to continue in lehigh county. a court this week on jimmy snuka is mentally competent to stand trial. he's charged with third-degree murder and involuntary manslaughter in the 1983 death. he has pleaded not guilty. his defense team says he got early onset dementia and post concussion is syndrome. the hearing is set to continue wednesday. the delaware department of health is warning about hiv and hepatitis exposure. the division of public health says patients of couldn't cord medical pain center need to contact their health care on you about blood born diseases. it says the to facility was unable to confirm proper sterilization. it also says its investigation revealed possible issues of unsafe injection practices of those findings are what shutdown
the center on march 7th. to a developing story from the united king done. police cancelled manchester of final game after a inspection device was found prompting a partial evacuation of the stadium. investigators say it was fake left behind during an earlier security exercise. fox's will carr explains what happened. >> please remain in your seats waiting further instruction and to information. >> reporter: manchester premier league soccer match was cancelled after suspicion package was discovered inside the venue. >> there were a lot of people talking, a lot of concerned people. >> reporter: the stadium has a capacity of over 75,000 was evacuated. >> players were taken off the pitch and kept in the changing room. >> about 15 minutes before the game. >>reporter: bomb experts and military personnel arrived quickly on the scene once the stadium had been cleared bomb
disposal unit carried out a controlled explosion. >>. >> reporter: the match one of ten taking place in the find day of the premium league season. the other nine matches went ahead as scheduled. >> it was a bit unnerving. we didn't know what was happening. we made it out. better safe than sorry. >> reporter: united was with manchester city to finish fourth place and qualify for the championship league. it drew 1-1 in the united top for chances. it will look to reschedule the match as fast as possible. will carr fox news. a burglary that seemed pretty routine at first then things get weird. the guy got naked and that was just the beginning. one of the stars of grease live was hit with a big fine something she did in a national park. what vanessa hutch ins did on
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continues to wreak havoc, today near baghdad. . >> is storm a natural gas plant north of the city killing more than a dozen people. >> reporter: bombing is just the latest attack carried out by isis in and around baghdad. after the car exploded. at least 6 million tenants stormed the facility. the militants were ultimately stopped but they killed at least 14 people and wounded more than 20. earlier in the week, isis attacked several areas in baghdad. setting off bombs in crowded market, killing more than 100 people in just 24 hours. the sunni muslim militant group appears to be carrying intentions to iraq by target she unite areas. ly this string comes as u.s. officials are publically touting the success against isis. today ambassador said, this is
shrinking's that the tide is turning against extremists. isis lost significant territory in both iraq and syria and the number of want jihad of its has dropped significantly. but the group remains a powerful and effective terror organization. in jerusalem, conner powell. more than 200 members of the rutgers university camden class of 2016 they will not boarded a train for new brunswick. the is speech from the president of the united states. it is the first time a sitting president has ever delivered the commencement speech at rutgers. >> more than 12,000 students part of the graduating class. more than 40,000 guests attended. president obama was awarded an honorary degree.
he took a swipe at donald trump for his proposal to build a wall along part of the country's southern border to keep out undocumented immigrants. along with the proposal to ban muslims for the time being. >> that's a betrayal of who we are. it would alienate the communities at home and abroad who are most important partners in the fight against violent streets. >> the president told the graduates to believe in democracy. and some of the results the system produced in the united states today marked rutger's 250 commencement. new guidelines on transgender students touching off fire storm. the bomb administration is threatening to withhold federal funding from public schools's universities that do not comply. >> conservatives are threatening the white house with a fight. >> reporter: republican leaders across the country are telling the white house to gear up for a fight over it's new guidance on
transgender students. on friday, the department's of justice and education sent school districts across the country a letter stating transgender have full and equal access to both facilities and activities based on the gender they identify with. this includes bathrooms, locker rooms and college dorms. the administration also said failing to follow these guidelines could result in federal lawsuits and the loss of millions of dollars in education funding. now, a growing number of republican leaders are expressing their outrage over the new directive. officials in at least 12 states are vowing to fight it in court saying it's the latest example of executive overreach by the obama administration. >> the entire policy is vague and unconstitutional. they don't have authority to change the statute. that was done by congress and needs to be changed by congress. ly this need to be a debate in congress, not with the administration unilaterally changing the law.
>> reporter: the white house is defending its actions saying the policy has been in the works years and comes in response to a growing number of school administrators reaching out for guidance how to handle the issue. >> the challenge here is not to isolate anybody, not to discriminate anybody. it's not to make anybody unsafe. it's actually to insure that our schools are as inclusive and respectful and safe as they can possibly be. >> reporter: similar to whatever away seeing in north carolina, this fight will likely end up and be decided in courts. in washington, garrett tenney, fox news. reach and raid, that's what thousands were doing this morning on the steps of art museum t fox 29 is a proud media partner of living beyond breast cancer's today. reach and raise is not your typical walk or run for breast cancer. everyone is together doing yoga at whatever level they're at. more than $350,000 what you see raised this career, it will support those in our community affected by brain cancer. if you got pictures from the event, we'd love to see them,
log on to our website fox29.com and quick the facebook link. hundreds came out to the piaza in northern liberties today for what's build as philadelphia's largest animal pet adoption event. hosted by citizens no kill philadelphia and huge. look at that. fox 29 dawn timmeney mi m ced the event. citizens for a no kill philadelphia works with the community and city organizations to stop shelter animals from being youthnized he's on one of the most popular shows in television. what police officer that he didn'ted. this dog had three painful bites from a rattle snake to save girl. why the family is no longer taking donations for costly vet bills. taking donations for costly vet bills.
spent more than 30 years in the public schools. we're retired, but we like to stay involved. you think he's going to learn to fly? we're just as busy now as in our teaching days. the same goes for a lot of the retired educators we know. let me see you all flap your wings, like you're penguins learning to fly. teaching is all about building relationships. and that never goes away. because once a teacher, always a teacher. we're ed and miriam, and we're proud to be new jersey educators.
. hundreds gathered in intern northeastern tennessee. >> it was a welcome home to a girl kidnapped by her uncle. he was missing for a week. police say her uncle took her out of school after false pretenses and today, homecoming celebration, carli was reunited with the men who rescued her. her a dad said he's overwhelmed by the love and support sent thrilled to meet the man who saved his daughter. >> everything i done, bringing
my girl home. >> i know we'll get on tv but praise god it's most fulfilling. >> 57-year-old gary simpson faces charges of aggravated kidnapping. a stunt turned deadly in atlanta georgia. the plane took a nosedive during the stunt. the pilot died on impact in front of the crowd of spectators. the pilot is not being identified until the family is notified. the ntsb is investigating what might have caused the crash. general motors is telling did not to sell thousands of suv. the epa estimated mileage on the stickers as one to twos miles a gallon too high. it was an inadvertent robber. the problem affects models
including one that is have already been sold. gm says it will contact easterns to address the problem. actress vanessa hutchins just got slapped with a big old fine. she has to pay $1,000 fine for carving her name into a red rock wall sedona arizona. she posted this on instagram clearly not thinking. a federal magistrate levied the fine which goes to restoring the rock wall which is a national forrest and is treasured. he's an actor on one of the most popular shows on tv. what a police officer threatened to do to the act to who place john snow when pulled over. it's a long climb to get to the top. why more than 1,000 people took the long journey up more than 100 flights of stairs to the top of the freedom tower today. kathy, can you set us free from cold temperatures. >> i will eventually. but not yet. we have the cold. we have the wind. guess what's coming? we have the rain be more rain
. looks can be deceiving as we take a live look in wilmington delaware tonight. temperatures have been above average today. meteorologist kathy orr has your forecast coming up. people from all every made the trip to new york city to take a trip to the top of the freedom tower. >> the second annual tunnel to tower climb. >> reporter: as the sun was coming up this morning, about 1,000 people came from all over the world to race to the top of one word observe at her. this marks the second annual
tunnel to to tower climb to honor the firefighters and first responders who lost their lives on september 11th. it is not an easy climb especially at 5:00 in the morning, it's about 104 floors and 226 stairs to get to the tu as we talked to the runners at the finish line, they said this was nothing compared to what first responders do every day to keep us safe. >> it's emotional. >> i'm hot. i don't have 70 pounds of gear. they have oxygen tanks, and the things they run up carrying people up down these stairs. i can't complain at all. >> the morning was especially emotional for michael berk who last his brother who stayed behind to save others. his brother never made it out. >> you get to the 40th, 50th, 60th 80th floor, that's what you're think about. you hear billy running behind you. you're really thankful. >> reporter: tim brown was one of the first sponsored who made
it out alive but many were left behind. >> when it started getting hard after the 50th floor and it was hard to put one leg in front of the other, i found strength through them. they were the strength in my legs and they were the wind in my lungs and under my wings to get me up here. >> reporter: the tunnel the towers climbed raised about $300,000 to raise money as well as can scholarships. >> the injuries that when they come home, that the homes aren't adequate for them. we're proud we're taking a leave on building these homes and putting in smart technology. of giving back some of their independence. >> reporter: some of today's elite runners finished in less than 17 minutes. if you spent any time outside today. you know it doesn't feel like may. my goodness. because i surreal and weird to me. a live look at center city and temperatures are in the 50's. when you wake up tomorrow
morning, you might think it's march instead of may. on to your frigid fox 29 -- it's not frigid. >> it might be. >> it's a little cold outside. >> frost warnings and freeze warnings. >> freeze in the poconos. >> i got a tweet here i wanted to tell you about. >> maybe 30's in the city. >> that's crazy. >> it's not. >> it's may: . >> snowing all over the place, by the way in parts of pennsylvania. >> parts of pennsylvania? >> seriously. jenny howl says, our farm in bedford county and the flakes are flying this morning. >> i don't believe that. >> that's in north central. >> that's pa. >> i don't believe it. >> i'll give you. >> no confirmation of that. >> i'll show you what's going on. >> could be photo shopped. >> this is going on outside our window. i do believe it because i did see gropple in northeastern pa.
it's an ice crystal snow flake that melted. in philadelphia, nothing like that. and right now, we're seeing cloudy skies and a few sprinkles coming our way. . the skies looking dark. that's why this is the view as you look towards penns landing, of course, on market street. temperature is only 57 degrees. the high today, 59. that is 15 degrees below normal. the month has been like that. a very chilling may. the average monthly temperature 57.9. that may not mean much h the average this time of year's first half of may is 61.3. so really, we're three thankful degrees below normal for the month so far. even one degree is a lot. ly three degrees is pretty significant. on ultimate doppler there's a little bit of that wintery mix. look to the north of williams port snow mixing in. we have spotty showers. also in montgomery county heavier rain and in bucks,
buckingham, doylestown, to the south of jamison on 263. we're seeing a bit of heavy rain. in east falls showers, also marian and haverford along the mainline of philadelphia. route 130 and 676 heading towards philadelphia. patch of rain. if the skies are getting dark. it will be a passing shower. also a cold pool of air. a weak disturbance creating a little bit of lift. sunsets in a couple of hours and everything will fall apart. right now 30's in you southeastern canada. cold air is going to be moving in. i put this up, do you believe may 15th? i'm talking about a windchill. there is a windchill. feels like 29 in allentown. feels like 43 the same in pottstown 42 the windchill in reading. watch this area of low pressure and cold front move well offshore is. the behind it cold air so snow in quebec, for us we have high pressure quiet windy day
tomorrow. the as we look ahead on the fox futurecast, the clouds that sped by. the clouds move in tuesday. we dry it out after the rain tuesday for wednesday and thursday. it will be a bit drier. as we look ahead, temperatures will be definitely on the cool side and we will be seeing changes, so tomorrow morning, waking up to temperatures that will be in the 30's in many locations of the city, around 40, record cold with winds gusting to 30. tomorrow's high 66. still windy but at least we have the sun and on your seven-day forecast, courtesy of the weather authority, rain on tuesday. a shower chance on wednesday. better for thursday, friday, saturday, warming up in the mid 70's. there is is the warmth we've been waiting for and a chance of showers next sunday, just a chance. the high 72. >> we've been saying this for awhile. most of may we've been saying this, the warmth is coming. >> it's coming. and it will come for a day. >> then goes away. >> looks like it will be more
consistent later this week. >> thanks, kathy. >> it's coming. here's coming amazing. facebook founder turns 32 this weekend. >> he's old now. >> he's got a lot of reasons to celebrate. he made about $4.4 million every day he's been alive. he's estimated to be worth more than 51 billion dollars according to the reports. of he's made more money each day of his life than anybody else on the planet. surveillance video of a burglar. things get weird. the guy gets naked and that was the beginning. sometimes it can be hard to get a piece pizza in the middle of the city. what's pizza hut doing now?
. ntsb is investigating in texas. couple hours south of san antonio. bus was headed to a casino. driver lost control and the vehicle rolled over. seven people died at the scene, another later at the hospital. the online auction of george zimmerman's gun is back up and running. zimmerman used the gun to kill 17-year-old trayvon martin in 2012. a jury decided it was self-defense. found him not guilty of second degree murder. zimmerman originally put the gun up for auction last thursday. he says those bids are purged
and the auction is back up and open to serious bidders. if you watch the game of throwns, you know fans have been on the edge of their seats wondering about the state of joan snow. >> it's a mystery caught the attention of police officers, the actor who plays him on the show was pulled over for speeding. instead of a ticket of the officer gave harrington a choice, said you could let him go if you tell him what happened to john snow. there's a spoiler alert if you're not caught up. >> i have to tell you, whether i take you to the pleadings depends on what your answer is. i -- i'm alive next season. >> he goes, he says, on your way, man. >> harrington says the officer had a straight face the whole time. >> i love it. here's one take your brand to new heights. pizza hut delivered the pizza to
the top of mount kill man jaro. five mount nears carried out the delivery. marking the fact that pizza hut is now in 100 countries. the deliver team climbed 19,000 feet. took three days and kept the precious pizza warm with a battery powered heater and chowed down. fire chased tens of thousands of people from their homes in canada. some were able to make it out with clothes on their back.
. call themselves kayakists. near an oil refinery. they're part of a three-day break free campaign. they're demanding action and saying no to oil and cole fuels. kayakists. >> what i'm doing thought illegal by some. i believe it's just as illegal for these companies to come in and just poe loot and damage the environment around them. >> we encourage they voice their opinion off of other property. it's criminal trespass at minimum and action will be taken eventually. >> distributors gathered in los angeles, albany, new york and washington, dc.
a burglar wasn't wearing much when he broke into a store in california. >> the store owner couldn't believe what else he did. when he breaks in he's wearing a sweatshirt around his waist. takes off and naked but wait there's more? he gets to work and it's all caught on video. >> certainly being naked is odd. but what was more odd for me is to see him sweep up the mess that he made. >> the naked burglar spent over an hour cleaning up. then he had a beer and some candy before getting caught. the store owner said he felt bad. gave the guy a t-shirt so he didn't have to go to jail completely nude. the store was cleaned up. >> that's interesting. conscientious guy. you're stealing and breaking the law. cartoon history will be made on fox 29. >> for the first time ever homer simpson will appear live. how you ask? at the end of tonight's episode
of simpson, homer will answer fans on air, the first time an animated show -- think about, they have to create the -- new technology is made it possible. >> we're going into a room and speak as homer into a microphone. new motion capture technology takes everything that he does, so if he goes like this, homer will go like this, if he turn his head, homer will turn his head. that will be animated and broadcast with the background we've already got, and he's going to take questions three minutes, and talk about events of the day. i'm sure donald trump will say something stupid. material is already written. >> the show's producer say they wanted to do something like this few years back. the show is running a seven second delay to make sure prank to hers don't get inappropriate questions on air. you can see it at 8:00 on fox 29. of. we first told you on friday about a dog in florida bitten by
a rattle snake trying to protect a 7-year-old girl. we're happy to report the gofundme account to raise money for hoss's treatment raised more than 50 thousand dollars. the family said they no longer need donations and he's doing much better after getting bitten three times by a rattle snake but not out of the woods just jet. those displaced shed tears of joy it's and because they were reunited with furry members of the family. in for the mcmurray canada. could be quite some time before residents are allowed back home. lots of relief to have their pets. many evacuates sensed danger. >> heartbreaking. they're like our kids. we've had these cats years. to not be able to get them into the truck was horrible feeling
leave eagles them behind. >> most of the pets have been rescuedh are brought to edmondton where many are now staying. >> i'm happy they got reunited. ly. for many teen to say prom is a right of passage and last night one teen who missed prom had her turn, she's battling various autoimmune decembers. she had quite the date. former eagles quarterback current broncos quarterback marcus escorted her to prom. fellow patients of children's hospital in colorado joined grace for the special night. organizers say the prom creates a safe zone where the teens understand each other calling it a bright light in a tough time. >> it helped lighten the mood for people. helped them stay comfortable and stuff around me. it was kind of like one of those ideas that i have pop in my head. i just decided to do it. >> it's so cool to see them
realize, you know, a dream in high school. this is a big deal. a right of passage. >> the broncos can cheer leaders were there to encourage the kids to get out on the dance floor and soak in the fun. pretty good good day for a pro golfer quickly turned into a nightmare when he was on the did i bill kel hole. russell from scotland shot wet, short. so then, you know what he does? that's a shank. then he rinses another one. takes it to the drop zone. how about this? that's wet. finally gets on. makes a 9. called it an epic fail but he was actually a good sport about it. because last night he tweeted shank you very much for messages. i want to get my revenge and today he hit the green in one. got big applause and three
butted for bogie. >> that hole is brutal. >> just a wedge. >> not really fair. >> it's not fair. when it looked like the magic of the phillies would not stop. they had one of those games where it's hard to win. the eagles concluded their rookie mini camp with all about carson wentz all the time. hear from wentz with the many things he has to learn coming up in sports.
spent more than 30 years in the public schools. we're retired, but we like to stay involved. you think he's going to learn to fly? we're just as busy now as in our teaching days. the same goes for a lot of the retired educators we know. let me see you all flap your wings, like you're penguins learning to fly. teaching is all about building relationships. and that never goes away. because once a teacher, always a teacher. we're ed and miriam, and we're proud to be new jersey educators. . phillies pitching has to keep them in the game if they're going to have a chance. they've been getting good pitching. once the phillies fell behind at 7-0. the game was over.
you could here mike schmidt in the booth with what this game became. >> looks like things continue we'll have a shot at a four-hour game. >> it was 3:52. it was eight minutes short. the phillies sign the baseballs for the kids. phillies down 2-0. top of the fourth, they have morgan has the player picked up ryan howard takes too long to throw to second. bases loaded. pitcher up. adam morgan did not have good control. he walks the pitcher with the bases load the. score 4-0. this is the he wanted of adam morgan. this home run crushes it, made it 7-0. only fourth. bottom of 6th, phillies get couple run, maikel franco had a which i don't believe of hits. it's ruled a double 7-2 cincinnatti.
7-3. hits, walks, two runs. cincinnatti goes up 9-5 and win 9-4, pete mackanin knows the faults of this team. >> we didn't have the greatest pitching, defense let us down. but over the course of the spring training and up to this point in the season, re we've seen a lot of good pitching and a lot of good defense. some timely hitting. that's basically in a nutshell what we're about. we don't have a lot of power. it was good to see franco get three hits and drive a the ball a lot better. morgan pitching and defense, especially the coverage we've had in the outfield i think has made a difference for us. >> one of the most exciting place baseball. inside the park home run. of all guys to get it ryan zimmerman, he's not fast, he's slow but the two outfielder, the right fielder collide ryan zimmerman i could have made it around the bases in this.
one of few runs, washington scores, miami wins 5-1. eagles rookie camp came to an end. all but a handful will join the rest of team. media is making out tomorrow as a very interesting day with the drama of wentz meets bradford for the first time. carson wentz got his chance to win the offense this weekend. the got to feel what it's like to practice for an nfl team. he's no longer north dakota state but with the obvious that sam bradford is the starter. wentz has to understand -- and he didn't start two seasons in college. he's got to get ready to sit and in many cases not even dress for these games. >> i cherished every opportunity i had. of i learned patience, how to put the team first. that's all that really mattered back then is we were winning and i was doing anything i could to possibly help the team, help the other quarterback and grow myself as well and i can tell
you, i was always ready, i was always 1 play away. >> he's going to have to have patience, in many cases not only will he not play, teams only dress two quarterbacks now. he won't even dress for the games, but he'll get to learn things. hey, aaron rogers sat three years. there's other quarterbacks that sat. and just to note. another great game in the nba playoffs, a 27 point blowout. toronto beats miami. >> be sure to join us for fox 29 news at 10:00. what witnesses call a case of road rage quickly spins out of control. an all-out brawl in the middle of the street. it doesn't end there. what one of the drivers did next no one expected. >> that's our news for the sunday. live lottery drawing is next. followed by bordertown.